Find Friend(s)
KPOP Lounge


Train takes off with a woman's wrist stuck in the door

By alice101   Tuesday, November 1, 2016   16,453   154   11



  1. Google+

An accident involving a female passenger's wrist getting stuck in between a train's door occurred in Busan. 

On October 28, a 30-year-old woman had her wrist stuck in the door while boarding a train. The door has an electric sensor to detect objects between the doors, but it was unable to detect the woman's wrist. 

SEE ALSO: Husband creates an Overwatch-themed 'PC Bang' for his gamer wife

The train started to move without the conductor realizing what had happened. Other passengers tried to alert the conductor with an emergency phone on the train but were unable to reach anyone.

Fortunately, a repair worker who works for the metro was on the train, saw what was happening, and quickly helped the woman by using an emergency door opening device. 

The metro explained the situation by stating, "It seems like the sensor did not work because the woman's wrist was too thin." 

  1. Buzz

Ryo69 Wednesday, November 2, 2016

An emergency phone with no one on the other side!

federick Wednesday, November 2, 2016

it isn't funny

SuperFly_Snuka Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Lmaoo 😂 😂 😂

kpopfan7 Tuesday, November 1, 2016

kind of a faulty design on the sensors to not detect the "thin wrist" of an adult woman. Doubt it would detect a child's which in all likely-hood (could) be equal or even smaller than that lady's wrist.

Miaoami Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Well as a chubby person at least I know my wrists would be safe lol

lovehoney234 Tuesday, November 1, 2016

"The woman's wrist was too thin"... Guess it's time to gain to weight *eats 1000 bags of hot Cheetos*

krell Tuesday, November 1, 2016

The DEITY watches over S.Korean Ladies on the Train, with THIN WRISTS! ... ;-)

eottoke Tuesday, November 1, 2016

wow.train to busan is indeed scary

moon_luv Tuesday, November 1, 2016

OMG! That must've been so painful. When I slam my hand on the car door, it hurts like a mother beeper, I can't imagine the pain. I'm surprised with the pressure of the doors, she didn't lose her hand, but hopefully everything goes well.

krell moon_luv Tuesday, November 1, 2016

They did NOT even say that she broke a bone in her wrist either. Which, at a MINIMUM, you might guess that would happen under those circumstances.

krell Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Actually, sounds like fairly GOOD LUCK for this woman overall. The force of the door did NOT chop off her arm at the wrist. Which, probably *good* engineering design work there in that. AND that worker was there and KNEW what to do to 'save the day' (her wrist) fairly quickly.

Load More Comments



  1. Follow us on Instagram
  2. Subscribe on Youtube
  3. Follow us on Google+


dad hat
dad hat